New York rapper Tekashi 6ix9ine has to pay up. The “ZAZA” hitmaker has reportedly been sued by a round-the-clock armed security company whose services he used back in November 2018 for 11 days.
6ix9ine Is Being Sued By Metropolitan Patrol
Metropolitan Patrol is asking 6ix9ine cough up a total of $88,000. Of that number, $75K goes towards their actual costs of securty while the remaining money is from late fees and legal costs. The company provided him with fully-loaded Yukon featuring ballistic panels as well as a pair police-style Ford Explorers complete with lights and sirens, per their invoice. Security costs $85 per hour with late-night shifts going up to $127.50.
6ix9ine’s lawyer, Lance Lazzaro, tells TMZ … Tekashi’s booking agency at the time, MTA Bookings, is responsible for covering the tab, and that Metropolitan’s beef is really with them. He says Tekashi has nothing to do with it, and owes nothing … calling the suit “meritless.” (TMZ)
Tekashi 6ix9ine Clowns Meek Mill
The infamous snitch is feeling extra good about his music these days. The hip-hop star has celebrated his recently released “ZAZA” single landing on the Billboard Hot 100 chart by trolling his rap rival Meek Mill. On Monday, 6ix9ine remained relentless on attacking Meek – digitally. Tekashi even joked about Mill also feeling like he should celebrate hitting No. 90 on the music chart courtesy of his forced cameo in the “ZAZA” music video.
“IM BACK ON THE BILLBOARD EVEN THO BEING BLACKBALLED ‼️ NO INDUSTRY SUPPORT ‼️ NO RADIO NO PLAYLISTING AND @meekmill got my video taken down for “bullying” THANK YOU TO ALL MY FANS I LOVE YOUUUUUUU ‼️‼️‼️”
“@meekmill YOU MADE IT TO THE BILLBOARD ❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️”
Tekashi 6ix9ine Exposes Meek Mill Letter
The Brooklyn native recently went to his Instagram page with a slideshow of cringe shots. One of them showed legal paperwork suggesting Meek’s attorney blamed Tek for bullying his client by exposing footage of him in the “ZAZA” music video.
“HOW YOU START SOMETHING YOU CANT FINISH????? HE WANT TO BE TAKEN OUT THE VIDEO BECAUSE PEOPLE ARE LAUGHING AT HIM … Meek Mill wrote a letter to my lawyers. He said we are bullying him. Lol he’s a b*tch.”
Tekashi also shared footage of himself explaining how his rap rivals could get him to stop trolling.
“YALL START IT IM GOING TO ALWAYS FINISH IT ‼️ DONT BE MAD WHEN I DEFEND MYSELF LMAOOOO LIKE WTF ‼️ F*CK YOUR DEAD MANS D*CK HEAD YOU GET IT ‼️‼️‼️ F*CK HIM HE IS NO LONGER HERE WITH US ‼️ TOMORROW WHEN U WAKE UP HE IS NOT GONNA BE HERE ‼️‼️”
Tekashi 6ix9ine’s King Von Trolling Isn’t Ending
6ix9ine has no respect for the deceased. The hip-hop troll recently came forward to completely go off on his enemies and – most notably – fans and supporters of slain Chicago rapper King Von. Fresh from releasing his “ZAZA” music video and single along with clashing with a handful of Chi-Town rappers, 6ix9ine continued to mock the late Von’s peers. Tek went to his Instagram page with a troll-worthy and hurtful post.
“Somebody tell King Von join my live right now. I bet he won’t. How much you wanna bet?”